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industry insights,Micron

  • MemCon Question #2: What Comes After DRAM?

    DRAM has been the workhorse of the semiconductor memory market for a long, long time. At the MemCon 2010 conference, I learned that the basic DRAM cell design goes back to 1970 and has changed little since. It may seem somewhat heretical to ask, "What Will Replace DRAM?" but a lively panel...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Tue, Aug 3 2010
  • User Interview: Forging A Multi-Mode Synthesis Flow

    Traditional synthesis flows aren’t keeping up with IC complexity and low-power demands, according to Laszlo Borbely, design engineer at Micron Technology . At the recent CDNLive! Silicon Valley , Borbely discussed a new flow that uses concurrent multi-mode synthesis and low-power optimization based...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Wed, Dec 9 2009
  • Users Outline New Approaches To Mixed-Signal Verification

    At the Cadence Mixed-Signal Design Summit , held Oct. 27, I had a hard time finding a seat in a packed auditorium. One reason for the summit’s popularity was its hands-on, practical nature. A series of user presentations showed how designers are solving real problems in mixed-signal verification...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Mon, Nov 2 2009
  • Mixed-Signal Panel: Users Outline Verification Strategies

    Mixed-signal verification is a tough challenge, especially when full-chip simulation is needed. But there are solutions, and some of them surfaced at a panel at the Cadence Ecosystem booth at the recent Design Automation Conference. Engineers from SiRF (GPS chipsets), Cambridge Analog Technologies (analog...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Mon, Aug 31 2009
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